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BenedictArnold V was born the second of six children to BenedictArnold III and Hannah Waterman King in Norwich, Connecticut.
Arnold learned of the unfortunate death of Montgomery as the patriots slowly pushed their way forward; Montgomery was killed when struck by a cannon ball, never knowing that the Continental Congress had just promoted him to major general.
Arnold was made the deputy commander of all North East Colony troops, which amounted to the six colonies north of New York; unfortunately for Arnold he had only 2,000 troops in the Rhode Island vicinity versus 15,000 redcoats in Newport, and all troops for the time being were slated for Washington’s army.
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